RJARS: RAND's Version of the Jamming Aircraft and Radar Simulation
This Note describes an updated version of RJARS (RAND's version of the Jamming Aircraft and Radar Simulation). The present RJARS is a many-on-many computer simulation in the C language involving aircraft, radars, jamming systems, offensive and defensive missiles, infrared and optical systems, and a command-control-communications system for the defense. It can operate in conjunction with the RAND programs JANUS and CAGIS. RJARS treats sortie operations and evaluates jamming effectiveness and mission attrition at a level of detail that includes reasonable refinements of equipment operation without excessive calculational complexity. This Note describes RJARS and its sequence of operations, shows how to prepare input files and operate RJARS, gives programming details, and provides a glossary of the approximately 1,100 variables used in RJARS.
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acceleration acquisition radar ACSGT ACVIS aircraft type altitude angle antenna anti-radiation missiles assignment attenuation azimuth beamwidth CAGIS calculated clutter COORD coordinates decoy defensive determined direction drag coefficient dtag Effective radiated power endgame errors ESAMS field of view Flag flare flight path flow chart frequency band frequency limit function ground guidance header helicopter identification number included initial input interpolated interval IRLIB jammer kill probability latitude launch launcher line of sight longitude maneuver Monte Carlo multipath noise normally distributed operating optical systems output parameters pitch PL-I position printed pulse doppler Radar cross section radar cross-section radiation random draw random number RDLIB reflection coefficient RJARS SAMs scan SCENA scenario search radars sector seeker semiactive sequence servo bandwidth signal signal-to-noise ratio simulation Structure subdivided time step Subroutine surface-to-air missiles target terrain elements terrain type track radars tracker updated values variables velocity visibility warning receiver